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>> who the candidates are trying to each in the final push and who is ahead in the poll. sheewas pronounced dead weeks ago, but she was really alive. what officers saw that led to the mistake. and think you're protected by youu privacy settings? think again. how your facebook information could still be at risk. good morning. it's tuesday, octobee 9th. you're taking a live look over the inner harbor. you can tell just a little from that shot that it's wet outside. it doesn't appear to be raining right now as totally as it has been in some parts this morning. good morning, i'm patrice harris. meteorologist steve fertig is the one who can fill us on all of that informationful we heard the rain coming pretty hard a few minutes ago. hear nothing. >> yeah, not too bad, the northern part state is sseing
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showerractivity. we will continue to see some in3 the next couple of hours. we see a return of the showers, not so much a return bu the -- e %-getting it. of the state ú% degrees is the starting temperature, and surrounding area a little cooler to the north in the upper 40s there and 55 in salisbuuy. there's the first low that is bringing the showers this morning and then the other low coming this morning move to the southern part of the state nd could bring a shower thhee as well. high pressure bringses a lot of sunshine for the weekend. a few showers, summing things up with the low 60s. still in the low 66s, showers return not until late sunday let's see what is happening on the roads right now with candace dold with the traffic edge. candace. >> reporter: thank you, steve. well, this rain is making for a difficult ide out there. please use extra caution. we have also had a lost accidents already this morning and now a new ne on the northbound lanes off95 at the
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fort chenry tunnel. let's take a live look at the area. see how that is shaping up. you can see the accideet scene off to the sidee -ll of that the flashing activity is starting to command the attention. don't have significant dellys yet, but as for the alternate routing, you could use 895 and avoid the activity altogether. and the northbound lanes are in the green from the harbor tunnel toward 95. just looking at a 9-minute drive, 53 miles per hour. the beltway is looking good as far as the incidents are minutes at the same speed, 53 miles per hour. a 12-minute clip from 795 toward 95. that's a look at the morning travels. patrice, back over to you. two weeks frommtoday we will be headeddto the polls to finally pick a winner in the hotly contested race for ggvernor. recent polls shows governor o'malley wwthha ccose to
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double-digit lead over robert ehrlich, but both are hitting the air waves with television ú%s. joel d smith is at the inner harbor to tell us who the candidates are targeting now that they're at the inner %->> reporter: they're targeting mmre olks like you and we're talking the female vote and how important thatú coull be. whether it's folks at the inner ú%rborr they will look at anywhere. they're also looking at small gatherings throughout theestate. bob ehrlich the form are governor and talking at a small group of voters. they will go anywhere trying to find theegroup of voters, in person but in t.v. toorks. group of women. governor ehrlich has a woman who is asking, will my ddughher find work here in the state of maryland. -p>> ffmale vote is important,,3 it's been trending democrats for
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years, not necessarily this cycle, though. >> iknow that barbara mikulssi is a person who fights on our side. she is a woman who has a tremendous ammunt of respect and credibility, i'm grateful to have her support. >> reporter: ttat's right, %-star power.lleyyis not lacking it brings endorsements from the one of the power o powerful womn congress, talkiig about barbara mikulski. novemmer second is when we hit the polls, no doubb between then and now, two weeks a lot of time in the political world to get more ads out there. the analysts say it could get more negative and oo course at the enn thht is what seems to happen. out here in the inner harbor, we handed out u umbrellas, that cod get youuvotes. we will see. joel d smith, fox 45 morning inside we will talk to a polittcal analyst and get his press peck peck tive operspeccio
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weeks before the election. >to get all of the information on the election, go to oxbaltimore.com/vet 2010. bail is denied for the man accused of killing an off-duty baltimore police detective in canton this past weekend. sian james is being held in the city lock up following sunday's inccdent. detective brian teveeson was on his way to a club to celebrate his birthday when he got into a fight with james over a parking spot. accordinggto the charging documents, james threw a fist size piece of concrete at stevenson. he later died at john hopkins. >> something you can't ever imagine. my heart goes out to his wife kesshaaand their kids. so we're here to show our love. >> funeral arrangements for
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detective stevenson are still being finalized. >> following stephen soon's ste, the city's murder toll stands at 277 for the year. a 50 years old man is in the hospital this morning after being stabbed in rosedale. police say a 15 years old attacked him in a parking lot on tea tree way on mooday afternoon. the victim was taken to bayviee -ith a stab wound on to the neck. thhre's no word on his -ondition. police believe that the suspect and the victim knew each other and were havinn an argument leading to the stabbing. the teen will be charged as an adult. jury selection will begin today in the case of a glen burnie man accused of shooting and killing a fellow student. 21 yeaas old tyrone hall is facing first-degree murder charges in the death of braadon carroll. he died in april aftee being
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shot aa an off campus apartmenn. -all claims he opened fire in self-defense after getting into an argument with hart ridge. hart ridge was also hurt in he shooting. the man founn guilty of murdering formee baltimore councilman ken harris are morning.d to be sentenced this charles mcgave and jerome williams are expected to be in court today. less than two weeks ago a jury convicted them of fatally shooting harris at the luge in september of 2008. a 3rd defendant was convicted of other charges related to thh incident. mcgahee and williamson faces possible life ssntences? the baatmol baltimore city counl considers banning the drug, k2. the oodinance woold make the marijuana substitute illegal..3 %-possessing the drug coull be charged with a misdemeanor and
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baltimore county passed a similar ban earlier ttis month. harford county sheriff deputies bust a meth lab in bostoo. they discovered the at durham road on saturday morning. they were on the scene as parr of a knack tick's investigation and had a warrant to insert home. inside they found thousands of dollars worth of chrystal meth and several weapons. thhee people have been arrested and charged in connection with the incident. a maryland lawmaker says if he is reelecttd this year. ú% will introduce a bill tt legalize medical marijuana in the state. senatoo brinklee says that he bill would discover, proceddres, users. and they believe that legalizing medical marijjana would limit the saleeof the drug on the a ssmilar bill passed the a scheme to sell tolen
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goods at baltimore pawnshop could net tte ring leader up to 10 years in jail. %-plead guilty.ome wassin federo he convinced people to steal merchandise from retailers like target and then the ittms were online.at pawn show pes and about $20 million worth of merchandise was stolen in the life of the scam. several people have pleaded guilty in the conspiracy so far. police in howard county say they need your help fighting back. they're looking to find a thief ú%o is targeting the elderly. this the man police are searching for, miller frank. police say he use the obituaries to target his victim, elderly people who have ust lost a faaily member. the victim, ed harris who says he will never forget frank's
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>> he was a fast talker and shed him away, and droppee him rom 400s to 250. >> he has gotten away with $15. they bblieve he may be driving a red dodge truck and police ask you to call them if you have any information. onn woman in georgia may have thooght she was eing scammed, when she received a billion-dollar power bill in the mail. the woman says she has had high bills before but nothing close toothis one. she called up the company to ask where that amount came from. it turns out, of course, a mistake and they brought her bill down it more reasonable $287. coming up a warning for all facebook users including those who have strict privacy settings. where your personal information may have been leaked. and i'm emiiy gracieelive at the woodlawn volunteer fireú
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company where we're
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meteorollgist emily race is live with ll of the details for this morning's hometown hot spot. and emily, you had on a snake just a few minutes ago. %-i screamed here in the studio. >> reeorter: it wouldn't be first time i put a snake around my neck. no, t's not rral. there's scary fright test going oo -- fest going on this
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weekend. we'rr in the wood lawn fire ccmpany here..3 you would never know. it's been transformed into a -aunted house. annual haunted house. we changed thh entire inside of the fire station for the community to have a good time during the weekend coming up to -alloween. there's a lot of differenn the past years. we stepped it up a little bit. we have more ghouls and goblinn here and weehave a very special enning that is a surprise. weere just really happy about it?3 >> all right, and wherr do all the proceeds go? the proceeds go to the wood lawn fire company aad our daily %-community of woodlawn. >> teel me what seeing behind me. what is this guy behind you? >> we don't have a name for him yeah. we will see what and we will ú%me him what they see.
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>> as you walk through, you will is through the fire house. that you won't notice you're inside of the fire house. you might see guys pop up like this, and come out of no wro and give you a little fright. >> reporter: the woodlawn fire haunted house going on this weekend and next weekend, for a little bit of a scare come out and find mooe information at our website at foxbaltimore.com/morning. the weather this weekend, lookiig really nice, more fall like, low to mid-60s, but t3 wiil beecooler and sunny and a little bit scary for sure. this clown is growling at me, steve. >> reporter: you have fans. i knew you haa fans out there of all kknds. a little more chilling there than elsewhere. we take a look at what we have here to deaa with.3 %-dealing with all of theg to frightening condiiions. these are the showers of
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handleeif you are in the northern part of the state. checking he hd radar, that's -hht you see. up to the north, you have the rain earlier thii morning in cecil county, easing up a little bit, breaks in the rain anddback toward jarvisville, oward the north of that area. ú%derate rain there, and back toon, earlier showers that were %-now looking a lot better, as u see earlier the picture as we put things into motion and that will continue to be a north to east low. we wwll see more shower chances and that continuus to be untii 8:00. we have seen as much as .25 of an inch. and look at rockville, .75 of an inch theree and other places .25 to .50 of an inch. light things strikes have moved well off to the east and not a concern at this ime. that's an improvement. it's the low pressure center
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that is moving along the stationary boundary that is sitting over us that brought us a shower earlier this morning. it will be moving later tonight, as that moves further toward the south, thattwill bring us southern counties to bring us3 light chances tonight. we are looking forward to -unshine coming your way as we head toward the weekend. 52 degrees at baltimore, and 53 in d.c. and up in hagerrtown, 48 degrees there. generally upper 40s to low 50s this morning. but on the cool side. 56 degrees will be the warmest part of the state on the eastern -horeewhere the showers continue long they are morning with a northeast wind at 5-10 miles per hour. the central part of the state should climb to 63 degrees. lookkto some showers, still this morningguntil 8 or 9::0 and then we will see them tapering off until tth evening hours, perhaps, but again most of that evening hour activity will be to the south. 63 degrees for the western part of maryland, 45 for the overnight low. late showers that are still possiblee but again concentrated more so the south. as we look ahead, tomorrow,
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62 degrees, mostly cloudy, partly cloudy on thursday, improvements, sky condition wise. the temmeratures cllar up behind the front, 60 degrees should do it, but pleasant with a lot of 64 on saturday with a high of 54. nice looking saturday in fact. -8, more comfortable on sunday3 but late showers return after 66 and the chance of some showers on monday.ú now here's a lot at what is happening on thh roadways. we ttrn to candace dold. candace. thank you, steve. we're talking about the rain that has been falling throughout the morning. unfortunately it's causing a tricky rrde out there. please use extra caution and take it slow as you trrvel on any corridors this orning. as far as thh actual speeds, welll it's going to be a slow go on the wess side of the beltway. 40 miles per hour aa security bbulevarr and 50 miles per houu traveling towarddka catonsville. ú% want to talk aaout 95, an accident on the for mchenry tunnel. -e can show you what the area
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looks like thhre. tww lanes are shutdown so a bit of a slow down as you coomand the attention traveling through the area. can avoid all of this by using 895 that is going to be problem-free in both directions. now 95 is looking good, though, moving to rosedale and then eventually toward whitemarsh. in fact,,95 is the way to go traveling through thaa vicinity3 philadelphia road, that one is as far as the beltway thisú morning, we haven't had any problems to report. ú%t's see how the oll s shaping p at har road. it's getting busy, inner and outerrloop lanes at 83. in both dirrctions.3 there's an incident in hunt valley. fire activity completely shutting down chilling road at york oad. please uss white ache a avenue n alternate route. patrice, back to you. coming up suumers may need to start bringing their id ith them the next time they come to
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w privacc concerns for the users of the networking site facebookmennt10 of the most popular facebook applicatioos have been dolling out personal information to advertisers and internet tracking company. if you're one of the 59 million farrville users on facebook or you use your facebook to play frontierville
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or aay of the other popular apps, your privacy as been comprooised even if you thought you were protecting yyurseef with the strictest privacy setting. the creatorr of these and other apps are transmitting your personal information to more than 2 dozen other companies, advertisers and data mining firms which may have a profilee3 of you and your online >> the trick is here that id.re's a unique facebook user it's kind of a social security number. it is a sign to every single user. -nce that ser id becomes available then everything about the users, all of their friends3 ann all of their photos can bb linked to a known individual. >> this a statement facebook say exaggerating, knowleege of a
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aieú -- uie. nevertheless, facebook says they are committed to ensure that the passing of the uie. clicking on some others promptses a reminder, you'rr allowing access to basic profile inforration. in new york, rick eventhaa, new york. we want to know what you think about that. does privacy concerns arveg youw you use facebook. soind off throug!sund off tk baltimore. or tweet us an answer. cominggup wi-fi spots are almost everrwhere these days,ú but how do you know if you're ú%ffering the web o!!surfing the
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starbucks customers in seattle, may hhve their id ready the nnxt time they hit that's because this store is adding, beer and wine. like an ndoor and outdoor fireplace. it's all part of theeimprovement of the esthetic structure. if it goes well, they maa consider changes in othhr starbucks stores. we have all the day's headlinns in oday's business brief.
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ssocks got a boost on monday from positive earnings report. the dow gained 80 points. the nasdaq and the s and p500 finiihed with gains. toppiig business news, apple blew away expectationn reporting ou$8.3 billion. and tte citi grrup one offthe biggest recipient of tax funded bail out money reported a better than expected 3 quarter profit.3 it made, $222 billion. the 3rd straight quartery loss a year ago. bank of americaa wells fargo, morgan stanley and goldman sachs. a glimmer of hope in the housing markee. a report from the national home association of home builders, show that builders are starting to see flickers of interest they're still concerned overra
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lacc of a-level credit. coming up, just two weeks ago until the gover gubernatoril electionss what last inute strategy3 politians aae using to bring in voters. >> reporter: part of that -trategy may be new t.v. ads running on the airwa
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a wet start to the morning ú%t there. you need to grab an brel a. meteorologist teveefertig is here to tell us how long we need to keep it around. most the northern half of the state is seeing the rain. that rain and even lightning strikes out there right now. now things have eas eased up no. north.owers heaviest to the3 you can see toward carroll county and cecil counties toorks a bit of a break towaad cecil county but that will fill in. 62 degrees the temperature starting ut this morning, baltimore and 53 in d.c. p in hagerstown, it's 48 degreee, look for averaging temperatures at 50 degrees at the bus stop this morning with a few showers possible. have the umbrella handy. probably won't need it for the trrp home from school, though. 63 degrees should do it for the high. it may turn partly cloudy in the afternoon, before the shower
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ccances return or the southern part of the state later on. we will explain in a fewú minutes. right now ere is caadace dold with the traffic edge. candace..3 >> reporter: thank you, steve. that rain has been makiig for a a very slick commute and we have there. be careful as you head out there. as for the speed it's increasing with the volume which means that the sseeds are decreasing. 4 minutes at 47 miles per hour, and 55 milessper hhur with an %-the fort mchechenry tunnel tod the beltway. and there's nothing to get in your way, right now a 12 minute clip, 52 miles per hour there. that's a look at the morning travels. ú%triie, back over to you..3 if you believed the most recent polls governor martin o'malley is ulling away from former governor robert ehrlich. the numbers show the lead in the
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race for governor to be close to double digits, but two weeks before the voting is a long time in politiis. joel d smith is at the inner harbor to breakdown the ads and they have in common. ú% reporter: not to late to find the undecided voters whether thhy're at the inner harbor or more importaatly the for the cannidates at home watchinggt.v. let's take a look at the recent ads and see if we find anything in common. >> roberto mallly has been a hard work -- o'malley has been a hard working 24-7 kind of guy. >> reporter: the ads are they want things women want, jobs for their daughterss a better economy. o'malley has one of the powerful women in congress touting him as a hard worree. women have tradittonalll voted democrat bt this year it could
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like this, means he beeieves he is behind.ú >> it's the type of ad that you would expect at this point if you believe that theethe polls are accuraae that o'malley has a >> reporter: that also sayy too many campaign ads lose their impact. many too many different ones. changing the message every few days, could confuse the voters. if you focus in on the topics that you think are best for you. with election day two weeks away, nnvembbr second to be exact, so plenty f time to change strategyyand gee the new message out there. specifically neeative ads could be tte next to go coming up in %-fox 45 morning news. stay tuned to fox 45 morning news forrccntinuing coverage of this story. we will talk to a political analyyt ann get his perspective on the last two weeks leading up to the election. that is coming up later this hour. and offcourse, you can get alll3 the latest on the mid-term elections from fox 45, just go to foxbaltimore.com/vote 2010.
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closing arguments areú expected today in the case of a -altimore ccunty man accused of dennis took the stand on monday trying to convince jurors that he didn't kill his wife traay. she disapppared mmre than 5 years whiil on her way to a motley crew concert. her body was never found. monday, dennis told jurors he nnver laid a hand on tracy. earlier during the triall jurors heard angry phone conversaaions that showed there ere proolems in the couple's marriage. >> [bleep] >> you can't be safe. >> whatever, whattver, yeah.3 you got to be a [bleep] eah you made youu bed, you lie in it. >> get out of my house bye, bye. >> reelly, and they teetified he would never have used violence to resolve their problems.
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anne arundel county man who fate.er to death will leern his he will be sentenced on charges3 including child abuse later this afternoon. they stem from an august 2009 incident. prosecutors sayyhe beat and ú%ook his exgirlfriend's 3 years old son to death. at first russell told police the child fell down the steps. a bizarre storyywith a sad ending out of anne arundel county.ú pollie who thought a senior was dead after concernee neighbors contacted them were later surprised to finned out she was %-now thh state anatomy board ss mrs. johnson died this past weekend at a nearby hospice. >> they want to ring the doorbell and couldd't get a response. >> police won't say whether the officers who responded to the %-her pulse before deciding that she was dead. riding scooters turns himself in to policee it happened just after midnight
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sunday at montgomery county. 19 years old mario hernannez is in critical condition. 16 years old noel mendoza is in serious condition. the driverrturned himself in around 11:30 on morninn. -p>> you have to rrmember a car versus a pedestrian, a bicycle or a motor scooter results in significant injury, because there's not any protection. >> no charges have been filed yet. one person is dead and another hurt after a tractor trailer overturns on the capital beltway. it happened around 4:30 monday morning on 495, just before the i270 split in me these dah. thbethesda. the truck iivolved was carrying beer, a front loade loader had e brought in to clear the kegs and cases of beer off the road. ntsb offfcials are determined that pilot error was
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the likely cause of a crash of a hhlicopter last year. this was the scene after the helicopter crashed in 2009. it had taken off from hagerstown, and was headed to freddrick. the airline sttuck power lines 15 minutts into the flight. four people died including the pilot. judgment when he chose to fly in bad weather.3 speed ameras could be coming to annapolis if the city council agrees on it. considering installing the cameras near school and constructions zones. officials say that the propooed cameras would not cost tte public any money if the riiht contractor is selectedd they are expected to brief the council and the public saaety committee on the proposal. >with the temperatures in the 60s the weather is much warmer today, but do you remember all that snow we got last winter? do you remember what you were doing during the storms?
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some people are getting a reminder, nine months after the december blizzard we're seeing a baby boom. the nurses add shady adventist, say last september they delivered 427 babies. >> it likely was a day when we both were home from work. [ laughter ]]3 >> just eave it at that [ laughter ] i guess it as. getting a little t shirts or something made up to say i'm a blizzard baby. >> doctors have warned thee3 hospitals to prepare for even more babiee since those storms continucontinued into february. -p a high school football tem in kentucky probably neverú%thob national attention, ut with two seconds left in the game, all of thattchanged. [ cheeeing ]
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the high school was down by 7 points when a player passee the ball alllthe way down the field. at one point the player looks like he goes down with the ball ú%t he doesn't and the ball ii still alive. the play keeps going and going, and finally it gets into the end zone winning the game with no time left on the clock. >> wow!3 >> all right. >> coming up these days you can surf the web almost anywhere thanks to public wi-fi spots, how do yyu know if the one logging on to is secure? we will tell you warning ssgns the wet roads never a good
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bob ehrlich is desperate, and he'll say anything to get elected. negative attacks the media have repeatedly called "dishonest" and "total malarkey." and why can't we trust bob ehrlich? because he raised taxes and fees by $3 billion then denied it... because he says he's for us, but made $2.5 million at a special interest lobbying firm. and ehrlich says he'll cut education again if elected governor. bob ehrlich-- a career politician we really can't trust.
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6 fry on this rainy tuesday we take a look at the sky watch hd radar. this is what we watch the rainshowers o the north. and still seeinn moderate tt light rain falling there and toward tawneytown doon to westminister and union bridge seeing showers that will be heavy and not at others.
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innthe city you see it mostly, pardon me, to the eastern part of the city and the northeast kearney and the area, the north to east floo. you see the bigger sccpe you ge3 a view of things. it's moving up the i-95 cooridor where the heaviest rain is falling up toward cecil county and harford kaine as well. pick up an inch. and more than expecced as the stationary boundary sits over us. we take a look at what we have in terms of rainfall totals, and around he city for of a quarter of an inch to 3rd of an inch here. again we will see more activity through the next couple of ours anddthen ttings will dissipate as the low pressure center moves off to the east. %-pressure center to he sooth, tonight a second chance of rain then. after that, the high pressure is going to bring us plenty of sunshine as we are going to hea3 -oward the weekend. 52 degrees, not too bad in baltimore, ge 52 in d.c.
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hagerstown, 54 degrees cooler for the high in the eastern the shore. actualll that would be the warmmst part of the state with the showers continuing longer. ceetral part of maryland you should get up to 63 degrees, that will come to 3 to 4:00 this afternoon. -howers continuing through the next couple offhourr before they ttper off.3 back to the west, 62 degrees, and seeing the showers taper off tonight, 44 degrees, a lot of cloud cover, look for the chance of a shower, buu more so to the south tonight with a light and available wind. the next severn daysessshow up like this, -- 7 days show up like this. the showers dissipate in the late night ours tonight. ú% degrees for the high on thursday with partly cloudy skiee looking a little prettier, certainly asswe heaa toward friday and saturday with plenty of sunshine oth days. 68 and 55 for your sunday and late sunday, ppobably after the ravens game and then continuing
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maybe on mooday. llt's see what is happening on the roodways with candace dold. sse has the traffic edge. %-steve.ter: thank you, the big story is going to that roadways, justtcompletely drenched out there and it's ú%king for a sloo go during the morninn ruuh. right now in phak, clocking in at 29 miles per hourron the ú%ltway, traveling through kay catonsville at 45 per hour. there's a lot going on at harvestharresshavede ggace, then accident in joppa on philadeephia rrad at joppa road. ú%ews are on the scene trying t3 direct trafficcthrough theearea but you can expect delays. you will want o use 95 as the now let's look at 95 farther down travellng through whitemarsh in fact, right now on the southbouud lanes, we juut
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continue to see that volume accumulate and that is the deal all the way down toward the so pretty much the state stack of cars as you go down toward 695. and now on 695, let's take a live look, right near harford road this morning. we haven't haa any incidents to talk but we certainly have our fair share of vooume there. that's the sameedeal making the push toward towson. that's a look at your morning travels. patrice, back over to you. thank you, candace. misconceptions about wi-fi. >> it's very rellable. >> why experts warn you shooldn't trust all wireless3 interret spots. ú%> and next, candidates are ads just two weeks before the [ male announcer ] looking for a complete picture of your money?
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5 people including four young children are killed in a house fire in pennsylvania. harrisburg fire officiall say they found the house engulfed in flames on monday night. aa a woman and four children -etween 2 and 4 years old were dead inside of home before firefighters got on the scene. no word on what caused the fire. martin o'malley, he is taxing e like i'm rich. every time i go to the grocery store i pay a little more. >> my utilities are going up, but opall mallly will raiseeours even more. >> the latest ad ffom gubernatorral bob ehrlich to hit the air waves, in it he is
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%-a segment of the population, observers say he has to win. but o'malley is fighting back. he has an ad out of his own, featuring one of maryland's most high-profile women, senator barbara mikulskii with just a fw weeks tt go, what do voters make of all of this. we are here wiih a look aa the home stretch. polls before we get to the ads. sometime latest polls show eric down bb as much as 11 points. >>the gonsalez poll has it at a 5 point deficit for ehrlich, but that may sound good at first but the problem is he is it still stuck at 41 and 42%. yesterday the republiccn governor's associatiin which has been pouriig money into thee3 state say they are not going to ruu adssfor them in d.c. >> "the washington post" endorsed o'malley. it seems that ehrlich needs to
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get as much as he can especially in that area. at this point with the polls with what we have ssen is this o'malley's race to lose. >> right now it's o'mallee'' race to lose. he defend the race, and set the agenda, the economy is bad, but here is what i'm doing to fix the problem. because the fact thht ehrlich has been governor beeore anddhe is not really new. that has been a part of this problem. >> ehrliihhjumped out to define the race and define ehrlich. can ehrlich do enough too3 redefine himself and define o'malley he way hh wants him to >> iithink with two weeks to go, ehrlich seems to find some sort ú% wedged issue to split and ddvide the voters. using the new ads, the black and witty manage re, really clever and trying to aapeal to women voters, he seems to find a new tractton to get himself going, maybe a stronggr appeal to state employees because that's a large voting base. maybe taaking about the deeth
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penalty which is a good wedged issue bringing up some of those types of ssues, showing ttat he supports it anddreminding people ú% baltimore violence and thinns like that, that might help him a little bit.3 >> two weeks from now, we will be talking to you plenty more between now and then. john,,thank you. it's convenient, it's easy, but is it safe? what yoo need to know about the security of wi-fi spots before longing on in public. and i'm emily gracie live at the wood lawn county fire company. company. i will have all martin o'malley -- he's taxing me like i'm rich. every time i go to the grocery store, i pay a little more. college tuition in maryland is going up. my utilities are going up... but o'malley would raise our taxes even more. jobs are leaving our state. will my daughters find jobs here? frankly, in this economy... i have no more to give. bob ehrlich -- he won't tax us like we're rich.
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he'll say no to things we can't afford -- just like we do at home. bob ehrlich -- because we can do better. ♪
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bob ehrlich -- because we can do better. i think it's a great convince and sort of a community environment. >> ome is distracting. i come here to get ork done..3 >> it's very reliable. is it safe to go online at public places through a wi-fii3 hot spot. you have to be careful. computer network with strangers, and a hacker can get he personaa innormation that you provide or even trick you to3 connect to a hot spot. %-gene parked near a star backs. ú%tsiie his colleague was logging. a phony starbucks connection that dean created came up at the
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too of the list. page i set up. seeing a fake web you will e seeing any perronal information she types in. >> reporter: before logging on to wi-fi be sure tt confirm the name of the wireless network connection. in this case it wasn't starbucks, but rather att wi-fi down the list. another precaution, beforee3 sending personal information %-for the letters http s in the address bar. the s means the data leaving your computtr is sent securely. a ppdlocc is another sign of a secure connection. -onnection. >> ieconnection. >> yourrbest protection is not to ssnd any personal informmtion at all. >> reporter: this is james andrews. get ready for a new kind of brew at starbucks. the changes the coffee giant ii making to heir menu.
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nd two weeks from today, we find out who the nexttgovernnr will be among other things. where they will b going for the last minute votes, here at the inner harbor
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it's the home stretch in the race for governor. >> bob ehrlich, he went tax us like we're rich. martin o'malley as been a hard working 24-7 kind of guy.
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who candidates are rying to reach during the finallpush and who is ahead in the pplls. ttink you're protectinged by fru!!your rivacy settings. think again. how your face book protection could still be at risk. the big coffee retailer that is mmnu. occober 19th. you're taking a live look over thh inner harbor. a little drier than it was earlier this morning. but will it stay that what? good morning, i am patrice harris. for that aaswer, we need to turn he has a look at the forecast and what he can expect with this rain. it was coming down hard. yeah, the bulk of the rain has moved offfto east and but you're in the mason dixon line,
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an hoor or so for the showers longer. that will give you a clue as to ú%ether you got rain n the future. now further nort north in geners the showers continue to mooeú along the stationary boundary that moves in our regionnú -t's skirting slightly north as it moves east. 53 in d.c., and in salisburyú it's 54 and cooler to theenorth3 at the bus stop we will say on ú%erage 50 degrees with still a few showers around, especially to the northern part of the state. 58 degrees bb noon. topping out right around 63 at about 2 to :00 this afternoon and temperatures drop back to 59 and even partly sunny skies for the aaternoon. more rainshower chances in forecast for later today. i will take a look innjust a few minutes, buttright now candace ddld is here with the traffic edge. candace..3 >> reporter: thank you, ú%eve. that rainnis the big story.ú of courss e have slick roadways and a long list of accidents as
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well. there's a crash on the southbound lanes at 795 at franklin boulevaad. we just gottword into our newsroom there's aa accident on route 144, that's at rouue 30. we're going to need to allow yourself extra time if you're hhaded out on either of those corridors.3ú once you get toward beltwayy let's take a live look at cold court road for you and take a just a string of brake lights on the outer ooppdirection, down toward liberty road. that's what you're going to find on average a ssow goo right now 20 minutes at 31 miles per hour. there's relief though on 95, the southbouud lanes and the for mk henryytunnel toward the beltway, 8 minutes at 55 miles per hour 9-minute ride at southbound 895 in the harbor tunnel toward 895. that's a look at the morring travels. patrice, back to youu two weekssfrom today, we will be headed to the polls to finally pick a winner in hotly
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-ecent polls show governor o'malley with a double-digit lead over ehrlich. with television ads. joelld smith is at the inner harbor to show us who the candidates re targeting now as we are entering the home stretch. >> reporter: the answer is they're targeting folks like you not me. talking about the women vote that is becoming the importann battleground for these important folks. when it comes to voters, maybe ú%ee're at the inner harbor and maybe they're at small groups across the state. we caught up with governorr3 ehrlich at prince george's county earlier this week. he was there trying to meet people better and his target is t.v. and in particular women. his most recent ad, a woman asks will my daughters find jobs here? it's a smart group to try to tap into a group of voters not traditionally on eri ehrlich's .
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>> i know that barbara mikulski is a person that fights on our i know she is a woman who has a tremendous amount of respect nd credibility and i'm grateful to have her support.3 >> reporrer: govvrnor o'malley is noo acking for female star power. his recenn ad shows a ringing poweeful women ii congress, barbara mikulski. novembbr second we hit the polls and finalll figure out who te next govern are will be. either way t's omeone who had the ob before. they know how to play the last two weeks. some analysts think maybe more negative ads to try to hit the laat week polls. get the latest on the mid-term elections from foxx45, juss go to our website at foxbaltimore.com/vote 2010. bail is denied or the man accused of killing an off-duty
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canton this weekend. sian james is being held at a city lock up following sunday's night incident. detective brian stevenson was oe his birthday when he got into a fight with james ovvr aaparking spott according to charging documents. james threw a fist size piece of connrete at stevenson's head. -e will late later diid at john. >> reporter: it's sad that going out to celebrate your birthday could result in death. -heart goes occup goes out to kd her kids. following stevenson's death the city murder toll stands at 174 for the year, that is doon nearly 4% compared to this time nonfatal shootings are down 8.5%
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from 2009. a 50 years old man is in the hospital this morning after being in rosedale. police say a 15 years old attackee him in a parking lot on teaatree ay around 1:30 monday -fternoon. the victim wws taken to bayview with a ssab wound to the next many there's no word on his condition. police believe the suspect and the victim knew each other and wereehaaing an argument leading up to the stabbing. the teen will be charged as an harford county sheriff deputies bust a methhlabb authhrities discovered the set uu in a home on durham road near furnace road on saturday morning. they were on the scene as part of not ongoing narcotics investigation and had a warrant to enter the home. inside they reportedly found thousands offdollars worth of chrystal meth and several weapons. three people have been arreeted and charged in connection with the incident. jury selection will begin todaa in the case of a glee burnie man accused of shooting and killing a fellow student at frostburg state uniiersity.
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21 years old tyrone hall is facing first-degree murder carrollldied in april.f brandon he opened fire in self-defense after getting into an argument with carroll and hart ridde. hart ridge was aaso hurt in the shooting.ú the man found guilty of murdering baltimore councilman ken harris are scheduled to be sentenced this morning.3 charles mcganey and jerome court today. less than two weeks ago, a jury -onvicted them of killinggharris aa a luge. the 3rd defendant was convicted of other charges related to the incident. mcgahee and williams face possible life sentences. police in howard county say they need your help fighting back. they're look fog find a thief
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who is targeting the elderly. %-searching for.police are miller frank, detectives say he uses the obituaries to target hii victimss elderly people who have juss lost a ffmily member. his latest victim is ed durris and he will never forget frank's voice. >> he is a fast talker and i dropped him froo $400 to $250. i fiially aid, do it. get out of my hair. >> reporter: police say so far, frank has gotten away with $1,500. they believe heemay be drifg a red dodge truck and police say if you have any information giv3 them a call. the maryland's highest court ú%y consider a proposal that would give the judge the3 authority to dismiss a foreclosure case if questionable documents were filed. state fficials say preliminary audits have found hundreds of ú%gus affidavitssrelated to
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maryland court.ve been filed in coming up starbuckk making a few additions to menu. -n in seattle. and i'm eml emily
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imagine denying a pregnant woman the choice of health care providers. only one senator voted with big insurance over pregnant women: andy harris. protecting our bay? harris was the only one to vote against cleaning up toxic waste sites. he always sides with the polluters, one of the worst
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environmental records in the senate. and harris was the only one to vote against extending education for special needs kids. no wonder his republican colleagues think he's too extreme. we can't afford his extreme ideas. i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message 's the scariest time of halloween, the wood lawn volunneer fire company is spooking you out with a haunted hoose. i can't belief i saw you a few minutes ago rise up out of a coffin. >> reporter: i'm back from we're hereeat woodlawn, it's the 6th year for the hauntedú house and it's scariir than ever. six years you have been doing
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that, you have had plenty of time. a lot of stuff going on in the haunted house. what is new thii year? >> we alwaysschange the this year, the ending is going3 to be scariest than the yearss3 we are changing the endinggand how ou enter the house of no can exit. we have changed a couple of things since we have been here. >> reporrer: kids of all ages can come? oh my goodness. >> yes. you will start from one end and gg to the other..3 you will gg through the maze, and as you go through, differrnt you will get different frites as yyfrightsas you walk through and will be very special,,difffrent from the year before. different. >> reporter: come out to the this weekend and next weekend, foxbaltimore.com/morning.on to and it looks like our weather on this week, at least will be nice
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out there. fall like, but definntely cooler temperatures, low to mid-60s, warm ore sunday, i'm geeting attacked. steve? emily. >> reporter: that's all right, ii die, i will come back rom the dead. >> reporter: it's nice to see you meetiig new people and let's see what is happeniig3 out thhre. not as frightening, showers dissipating to the north and that is where you will find more activity this orning. that is where it has been. youuwill seeemore showers moderate in strength, back to toward the delta and toward the city, getting a bit of a break right now as rain fell earlier put the sky watcc hd radar ine motion. to the east and the bigger view shows, again the pattern rom westtto east along the stationary boundary that has been sitting overrus. aa far as what we have in terms of rainfall totals. we picked up anywhere in the neighborhood of a quarterrof an inch to 3 quarters oo an inch in
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rockville. most of us in that quarter of an inch to an inch of ain. ú%%-brought us rain slightly tod the east that brought us through this morning. it will bring the rain with it. ú%other disturbance rolling through tonight. thht one would bring showers to the southern part of the stateú tonight and once we get past %-with clouds out there.we are ge53 in dc. look for the temppratures to climb but not so mmch today. we will get to 6 66 for the high will be the waamest part of the state. the showers continue until 9:00 there. for the rest of the us central counties continue see to the shower tapee off within the next hour or so. 63 for the hiih. back to thh west we go and the %-look for a high there ofrent. 63 degrees with the showers already tapering off. tonight, 45 degrees, can't rule -ut a late shower but that would with the next ripple of energyve
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pushing through. tomorrow 63 degrees, mostly cloudy but rier air begins to move and 65 on thursday with partly cloudy skies so tte improvement ttere is with more suushine for friday and saturday, bogue 60s then, 68 -- both 60ssthen. the rain probably ii there's a chance after the ravens game, 65 for monnay. happening on monday. let's take a look at andace dold. >> reporter: it's quite the morning out onnthe roadways. if fact, if you need to work down that coffee and head out the door as soon as possible. there's a lot to talk aaout. right now checking in on the on both the belt ways travelingr oo the outer lanes at harford road and on 95 moving through whittmarss. weeneed to talk about anne arundel county, there's a crash at crane hhghway. a little farther up, let's see how that is shaping up. we havvn't had any incidents at ú% and route 100. it's just that vollme there, northbound and southbound lanes. there's also an accident in
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brooklynnto wwrn you about. -t's on route 648, that is right at hammons lane. now the beltway is scooting through the area, t's just that volume. you won't find any flassing ú%ghts because of accidents, but we definitely had our fair share of volume. taking a live look at route 40, you can see the outer loop lanes are going to be packed heading even further occupy bol further, let's see how that is looking, s it's not going to be a pretty picture. many annoyed drivers this morning. speaking of 795, there's trouble there on aacrash on the3 ú%uuhbound lanessat franklin there's also an accident on route 30 at route 140. so you could just use
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hi there, i'm ian wright and i'm investigating what makes aruba so happy. oh my word, that's fantastic. ♪ row your boat gently down the stream... ♪ i'll tell you what; it's not aloe vera the main export. it's happiness. i haven't even got bait on the end of mine. i don't care; it's just nice sitting here. you're getting it. you're getting it. bob ehrlich says he wants to fix maryland. but he increased state spending by record amounts. ehrlich raised $3 billion in taxes and fees... including property taxes... and a 40% increase in college tuition. and now he's made over $1 billion in new promises...
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with no plans to pay for them... except for cutting education. cuts that will lay off teachers and increase class sizes. that's not a budget. and bob ehrlich's not the kind of leader... we can trust.
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city councilmembers met on monday to vote on a proposal introouced. anyone caught selling or possessing the drug to face aú fine and prison time. ú%ltimore county passed a similar ban earlier this month. plans to resume to closures in some states beginning next week. the bank stopped fo foreclosinnn homes nationwide after being the paperworr. judges must approve the forecllsure to resume in most states, and right now maryland is till under a foreclosure freeze. soon you may be able to get ú% where many people down their morning cup of joe. -tarbucks, he coffee chain is %-and wine at one of itsstestser
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centers in seattll. not only may it offer night caps but it's looking at expanding its food enu. nicole ccllinssis joining us from washington with a look at what could be the future of starbucks. interesting, good morning. >> reporter: forget your cafffine fix, starbucks may be helping people to take the edge off in a ddfferent way. they could soon be offering a regional wine and beer desexes %-right now it's one sttre ines. seattle that serves as a testt3 facility. starbucks is one the largest stores experimenting with the adult beverages. they say that they don't have options when they come to relax in thh afternoon or eveningss able to keep up the type oo expansioo and profit it as over the past decade with the slumping economy in the recent years. indeed 70% f starbbcks busines3
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happens before 2:00 p.m. in this particular seattle store beer anddwine is going on sale at 4:00 p.m.3 they have begun to offer selections on their food menu actual china, it's getttng more of a neighborhood cafe feel. starbucks is looking at whether or ot this s going to play out in that particular store. they have implemented ffnctional and design measures that we could see spread across the country to other starbucks locations. the barista bar thht alllws customerr to sit around to watch their drrnks be made and inttract with the baristt and ú%t their food and brenchhs bevs there. that unmistakable starbucks sign has been taken down in two stores to give t mooe under stated ffel. >> it's interesting, and i could see that it could possibly work. ú%en are we talking to seeing alcohol on the shelves at that store and possibly across the
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country? >> that's the big question, when can this come to a store near you. this store in seattle issone of these sort of labs for starbucks. they implement new ideas and see %-if they do, then thee spread o other stores across the country. it's too sson to tell, but we know that they are definiielyy3 been immattrial pleateimplemente coming up later, legalizing ú%dical marijuana. the reason behind one maryland state push to state law. think your inforrationnis private? think again. the faaebook security breach the faaebook security breach that has martin o'malley -- he's taxing me like i'm rich. every time i go to the grocery store, i pay a little more. college tuition in maryland is going up. my utilities are going up... but o'malley would raise our taxes even more. jobs are leaving our state. will my daughters find jobs here? frankly, in this economy...
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facebook is leaking your private informmtion to advertising internet companieses anytime you use the facebook applications like farmville and texas poker you're at risk. michael is here to show us how to protect ourselvvs. >> good morning. >> this is bad news for a lot of people. so mmay people are addicted to thooe applications. >> people open themselves up by3 using those applications. i irony by playing farmville as an exampll, it instantly says to you you're goinn to open yourself to releassng your >> it does warn you. >> and people say, that is fine. whee these reports comm out, everybody is what is going on. this is a huge problem, how didd this happen. >> when you talk about releasing your informatioo, what do those >> gending on thh gamdepending f
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or the application. sometimes it's just your basic name and your birthday, perhaps. others one do say, farmville,ú information you have on facebooú essentially is being released to >> all of your posts ands. pictures, whatever you put on there? p> there's privacc settings that you can gg ntt under privacy under your account, if the aaplication management at the bottom left-hand corner. can you look at what each of these applications is releesing about you? >> %-if i have my privacy seetingst the strictest settings i'm safe. >> yys, as long as your friends are not playing farmville. by okaying me play farmville, i'm accessinggtheir demographic informatiin.3 if i still want to use these
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things and still be on faceeook and releese the leass amount of information what can i do. >> reporter: go to the privacy settings and block all information that is able to come out. this is not the defal defauut settings. that only prevents my information from being leaked through. the only way isslimit the amount of infoomation you put on facebook about yoursell and don't put the games unlessú you're okay with thhs information being released. >> there's so much gooo and so much bad to thhs. it's so helpful for a number of getting out there, too.much >> reporter: unfortunately amateur farmers are going to be heartbroken when they hear this? >> michael, thank you very much. thank you. >this brings us to the question of the day. do privacy ccncerns affect how we ill take your calls about ú%%-you can go tt our wwbsite aú foxbaltimore.com. sound off through acebook. send us a tweet at fox baltimore
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or text our answer to 45203, enter fox 45a for yows, an fox r no. >police thought an anne arundel woman they ttought was dead actually was alive. but this story doesn'tthave a happy ending. >> reporter: i'm joel d ssith, attthe iiner harbor with maybe the illusive votes are maybe the illusive votes are here and the candidate cooked numbers, false attacks. the truth? frank kratovil is ranked one of the 10 most independent members of congress. frank kratovil does not follow anybody's party line he looks at his district, his family, the community, and that's the important thing to him. endorsed by the chamber of commerce, the nra, veterans, and police officers. as a career prosecutor i made decisions on facts not politics,
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in washington i've tried to do the same. i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message.
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elcome back to fox 45 morning news. 7:31 is the time. i'm patrice harris.
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let's get a check of the forecast. and see what is happening are all of this rain. here. the back part of the rain is moving toward the central county. we're in the back. at least for this morning, because there's another chance to the southern part of the -tate to see a couple of light showers. disturbance rolls toward the north. we can see around altimore city and toward he eernt ppr easterf carroll county around pg county and howard county, too. 52 degrres the temperature right now in baltimore, 44 in salisbury and 48 in haggrers town. and tten the southern part of this eveniig as another ripple of energy pushes through. summing things up this way, you can see a few showers thii way with the low 60s, dry and cool this weekend. the loww60s remain with us and then showers return late sunday innoomonday. ú%l in all, it looks like most
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the bulk oo the rain is moving toward the central and eastern part of the state. let's see what is happening on the roadways with candace dold. candace. >> reporter: thank you, steve. this rain is making for a ddfficult ride because the %-list of accidentssand a fair ú%are of delays. in fact, take a lookkat this one on the outer loopest beltway, it's and youucan see the cars that is what you're going to find at 95, 25 minutes, right now 24 miles perrhour. at 41 miles per hour with an 11 minutt clip from 83 up toward increasing there, and then from 795 toward 95, we're bbcc in the red. 27 minutes at 23 miles per hour. that's a look at your morning travels. pptrice, back over to you. if you belief the most3 recent polls, governnr martin
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o'malley is pulling away from former governor ehrlich. isome of the numbers show him in the double digits.ú both candy dates are hitting th- candidates are hitting the air joel dfl d smith is at the inner harbor to down the ads. >> reporter: we are looking at ads and it seems they're targeting women, especially the former governor ehrlich, ttey have women there talking bout ú%at ttee want ffr their daughters and the future. it goes against the republican stereotypes of the pastt democrats wiil not vote for republicans. now we're here to talk to someone hanging around out here. coach mars. will you be voting the next couple of tuesdays from now. >> your vote counts. >> reporter: they are oing after the women's vote right now. do you think that is a good strategy. how do you feel about not being
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targeted right now. >> iithink it's a good strategy on the voting governors side, ú%t for the ladies voting and the ladies, it took a loog time for the women to get their rightssfor voting. itthas been very importaat for the lady's vote, because it seems like they're making all the money now. >> reporter: that may be the case. here is the question. have you decided who ou are voting for yet? >> yes. >> reporter: is thereú anything that is coming outt3 there, can you have your minn changed with two weeks to vote. >> i'm democratic. >> reporter: you are going to vote that way no matter what. >> our governor is doing a good job and all of this negative campaign ads it's not going to stop him. all it does and make it steam roll a little bit more. >> reporter: a lot of negative ads out here. and thaak you for joining us this morning. whether you're for o'malley or ehrlich, you will see more
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negative ds whether you're throwing for the female voting block or not. joel d smith, fox 45 morningunder news. just go to foxbaltimore.com/vote 2010 for the latest information. one person is dead and anooher hurt after a tractor trailer ooerturns on the capital beltway.ú it happened around 4:30 monday morning on 4955just before the i-270 slit in me these dah. -- the driver of the tractor trailer was kiiled and medics took the separate driver in a front llader had to be called to clear the cases and the kegs of beer off the road. a story with a sad ending. ú%lice who thought a senior ciiizen was dead after concerned neighbors contacted them, were surprised to find out she was breathing thrre hours later. now he state anatomy board sai3
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miss johnson died this past weekend at a nearby hospice. >> reporter: i rang the doorbell and couldn't get a response.3 >> police won't say whether the woman's home, took her pulsee before eciding she was dead. closing arguments are expected today in the case of a baltimore county man ccused of dennis took the stand on monday trying to convince jurors that he didn't kill his wife trrcy. she disappeared more thaa 5 years ago while on her way to a mooley crew concert. her body was never found. mondaa dennis told jurors that he never laid a hand on tracy. earlier in the trail, jurors hearddangry phone onversations that showed there were problems in the couple's marriage. >> [bleep] >> yeah. >> you got to be a [bleep] >> yeah, you made your bed. you lie in it.
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>> good then get out of myy3 house. >> really, really. >> he testified that he wouldn't have used violence to resolve their problems. an an anna run dale dale w d guiily to beating a child to death will be sentenced today. prosecutors say he beat and choked his girlfriend's 2 years old to death. at ffrst he told police that the child feel down tte stairs. >police cameras could be3 coming to annapolis if the city council agrees to it. they are considering installing theecameras near the school and conntruction zones. the cameras wouldn't cost the public any money if the right contractor is contracted. tonight the city council is expected to brief the committee on the proposal. a maryland if he is reelected this yeaa, he will introducc the bill to legalize
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marijuana. it would cover, procedure, district ors and users. they believe that legalizing medical marijuana would limit the sle of the drug on the black market. a bill ppssed the general the house. facebook users beware.3 your networking information could be leaked. several facebook applications have been transmitting personal information to advvrtising and information to private. somettme apps may have provided to the names of users friends. it's not clear how long thee3 breach wnt on..3 of the day. do privacy concerns afffet how you use facebook. at (410)481-4545. -ou can also go to our website, fox baltimore.com and tell us
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what yoo think or sound off through facebook. send us a tweet at fox baltimore or text your answer to 45203, enter fox 45a for yes or fox 45b for no. coming up, keeping illegals out. plan that could bring arizona ú%ryland. we're talking about the wet roadways and delays out there on many of the corridors. in fact, that is what you're going to find here at 295 right at route 175 his morn - ( music playing ) - we know technology can make you more connected.
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@ shared knowledge is even more powerful. welccme back on this tuesday morning that started off rather
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rainy. check out sky watch hd radar where rain is still falling up in the northern part of the cecil county and off toward harford county as you gee wwst. you can see the rising suu a little rain, carrying moderate rain, but back to the west, not as bad as it was eaalier. seeing slight showers, though in bel aar, some light showwrs toward kingsville. ú%wntown, not too bad right now. we are seeing breaks ii the rain and we continue toosee it dissipate through thii morning. as you look at earlier, look atú all of that activity as the rain pushed over the city and off to the north and east aaong the stationary boundary. that was the focal point for th3 showers. quarter of an inch and even .75 of an inch and back to the west .25 of an inch and down to the south and eastpoint 10 of an inch. here is a look at the surface
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ú%d moving off to the east take the rain toward the east. mooing towaar the souttern part3 of the state, probbbly later tonight bringing another chance of shhwers then. high pressure will build behind us bringing us sunshine as we head towarr the weekend. it will look better as are on the cool side.3 very comfortable. here is a ook at the temperatures right now. 52 in baltimore, in d.c. close to the saae at 53. down in salisbury, 54 degrees and in hagerstown cooler along the northern aad upper 40s %-we look for the temperatures o climb a little bit hhre. eastern shore theewarmest part of the statt, 62 degrees for the high with the showers continuing longer for you especially to the north. ú%r the centtaa counties, the showers tapering off this morning toward the northern part of the statt, and 62 degrees should do it for the high. back to the west we go look for a higg temperature there of about the same, 63 degrees with the showers tapering off as well. a late shower still possible. late or light or variable wind
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and then by the wwy the shooers connined ore so to the southern part of the state with the next ripple of energy pushinn through. 62 ffr tomorrow, mostly cloudy skies. we ry out some, 65 on thursday with partly cloudy skies, looking pretty anothe good for 3 and sunday. until after the ravens game, 65 degrees on monday withha chance of showers as well. let's see what is happening on the roadways with candace dold who is here with the traffic edge. candace. >> rrporter: thank you, steve. we have been dealing with delays that just will not budge for us this morning. in fact, right now the actual speeds tell the story. on 95 and whitemarsh we're at 9 mills per hour on the outer loop lanes on harford road and 33 on the jfxx wherever you're traaeling you're going to find a lot of heavy volume that is for sure. ww have a long list of accidents, let's start with oneú on southbound 795. %-boulevard and owings milll boulevard. you will want to use
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reistersttwn road as the alternate route. 795, generally it's going to be a slow go all the way town toward the beltway. once you approach the beltway, let's take a live look at liberty road nnthe outer loop lanes, if you even want to look, that is for sure. moving thrrugh thhs area, scooting down toward the triple bridges. it does ease up just a bit right near catonsville at route 40, but not much relief. that is going to be the same deaa down toward wilkens avenue. now there's an accident, in fact ú%new one, it's a crash on the inner loop lanes at the beltway at 97. let's take a live look at the area and see how it's shaping up. you can see the long range of activvty and stacking cars -here. ú% commands a lot of attention scoottng through there. as far as the aalernate route, really nn need to take one. it's not gging to be an asy -ne. it's going to take extra time in fact. that's a look at the morning travels. patrice, back over to you. thank you, candace. personal information made
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was private information getting leaked through facebook. maybe? according to a report by the ú%all street journal." tte newwpaper says 11 facebook applications transmitted users personal information to dozens of sponsors and internet companies even if people set all of their information to private. so that bbings us to the question of today. you use facebook. oor first callerris sharyl ann from annapolis, good morning. >> good morning, patrice, how are you? >> are you a facebook ussr. >> actually i'm an it professional and i do not use facebook because offprivaayy3 issues. it's a data mininggcompany. it's amazing tt me that thhy are selling all of the data they collect on you. >> sharyl ann, thank you. let's go to grace in esssxx grace, are you there? >> yes, ma'am. >> hi, good morning..3
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>> good morning, how. p> what do you think abouu-facebook and the fact that they may be leaking your information. >> i don't think that they should be doing that. i don't play any games in there. and i don't have any intentions of playing gamess >> better safe that sorry. let's take a look at the facebook because it's amazing how many people post on our page. and tracy says, yes, my use will be limited from now on. i will not play games and will be checking my personal settings with facebook more often. >> jackie says, before you click allow for any apps hey tell you clearry that they will be sharing yourrinformation, people need to learn to read beforee3 they click. i wonder even if people -ould knew iffthey would play the games. if you don't want it known, don't put it on facebook. that's probably one of the main %-much information out there.o
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some of it useful, some it just plaan interesting. thank you for your calls and comments this morning. coming up lattr on fox 45 morning news. terror is lurking around every corner.3 what you look forward to at a local haunted house. cracking doww on illegal immmgration. the issues that arise from a bob ehrlich is desperate, and he'll say anything to get elected. negative attacks the media have repeatedly called "dishonest"
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and "total malarkey." and why can't we trust bob ehrlich? because he raised taxes and fees by $3 billion then denied it... because he says he's for us, but made $2.5 million at a special interest lobbying firm. and ehrlich says he'll cut education again if elected governor. bob ehrlich-- a career politician we really can't trust.
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its law would have allooed police to ask anyone they thought was illegal for their papers, but it was a law that was widely challenged. now one maryland delegate wantse and he is pushing for all candidates in he upcoming to
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stake their place. >> good morning, gentlemen. >> i'm glad you said one3 delegate and by the way it's not >> we're going to start with3 delegate mcdonough, because he is the one proposing this. delegate moke done w mcdonoughe what you want to see done, and why? >> we want to pass the arizona style law and it's call the citizens, wide act. attitude about ppople who ares americans, as governor ehrlich said, if someone breaks into your home, and they're a burglar, do you feed them and conssder them a new member of that family. we are a santuary state. we are inviting people to come here. we have driver's licenses that they can receive. we give them benefits..3 it's costing $2 billion a year and now $350,000 so we need the law.3 >> all right. -ut what would your law ay specifically? i mean, you just want all illegals out??3
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what does it say? duplication of the currrnt federal immigration act. except it allows state officials to enforce the laa because obama and other state officials are not eeforcing the law. >> i saw your head shaking your head..3 what is your reaction to wanting here??3g an arizonaastyle lawú >> i understand what arizona did what it did, because arizona is right on the border between the arizona can send the folks who come across the border back tt mexico. in maryland it's a little different. we're thousands of miles from any mexican border and we doo't necessarily have the problemú %-so number one, there will be just one delegate as you said sppnsoring this bill. maybe he will get or four others to vote for it, but it's not a big problem in maryllnd in terms of the unflux of these
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undocumented aliens. second, things, is maryland officials when they come across them in the workplace where contractors areehiring these undocumented aliens, maryland is already taking action aaainst these businesses. so i think it's just a problem in search of a solution or the other waa around. >> delegate moke don mcdonough,u talked about illegal immigrants and crackkng down on them. a lot of people have and it hasn't moved very far, why is that? because this is a santuary state and you have people like kirkkwho have the wrongg3 attitude. virginia is ready to drop the hammer big time and pass an arizona type law. the governor supports it. ú%hy're going to come across the potomac river. pennsylvaniaais in similar position. we have a serious problem with healthcare costs, with education costs, drugs and gang bangers and all sorts of problems being
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created and emphasized and growing in this state. as long as the politians like the goveenor and kiik turn a benign ye to it, the problem will row and they will not protect the citizens of our statt. let me let you answer to that. he says you're part of the >> it ssunds like a movie trailer. you can call up every single problem that consist exists in d to try to get folks to watch this movie. delegate mcdonough we're not watching your movie. it's a lot of talk nothing. along, that it really won't be any public outcry about this issue. >> repprter: 120 candidates for the state ledge da legislltd the bill, 120. >> and certainly -- you are watching fox 45 morning news, all lo
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i like a party as much as the next gal but, come on. $60,000 for one dinner held by the department of justice. $66 per person just for bagels at one of the nasa's shindigs. i cracked down because big government shouldn't be funding big banquets with your money. some people say i'm a bit of a tightwad. i say, i'm barbara mikulski and i approve this message so you'll know i'm fighting for you.
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it's the home stretch in the race for governnr. bob ehrlich he will tax us llke we're rich. whoocandidates are trying to reach during the final push and who is ahead in the polls. she was laying there, whht three days? >> she was prrnounced dead three weeks ago but she was really alive.3 what officers saw that led to the mistake. and talk about underground. how this fan created mmsic on the highhay without any instruments. good morning. it's tuesday, october 19th. you're taaing a live look over the inner harbor.
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a little gray and dreary out there, but not raining as it was earlier. good morning, i'm patrice harris. let's check in with meteorologist steve fertig and see what we can expect going throughout the day. rain tapering off alleady, patrice, onnschedule for next it should be moving out. take a look at sky atch hd radar and this is when you find. on the northern half of the state, a lingering howers but that will dissipate and we will be left with partly sunny skies later in he afternoon before we see a next chance of showers. 53 ind.c., or outlying areas in %he upper 40s, by degrees at we should top out 53 degreee, betwwen 3 and 4:00 in the afternoon. we will get the you rest of the here is candace dold with a check on the traffic edge. >> reporter: steve, i wish i
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with get a break in delays. that is not the casee.3 -hitemarsh those cars are just barely creeping along there and the way doon toward the beltway. in fact, right now on the southbound lanes, from toward 695 exit, you wwll find 12-minute ride, 18 miles per hour. and not looking much better on the beltway, the outer oop lanes from 95 up toward 83, 35 minutes at 17 miles per hour and look at this, from 795 toward 95, the eetire west side stretch not going to be a pretty picturr. that's a look at the morning patrice, back t over to you. two weeks from today we will be headed to the polls to finally pick a winner in the hotly contested race for governor. recent polls show governor ú%malley with a close to a douule-digit lead over robert ehrlich. ú%%-witt televisioo ads. waves
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and joel d smith tells us who they are taageting. >> reporter: it seems they're targeting folks like you not like me. we're talking about the female votes. thee can look for votes anywhere they want..3 here is theeinner harbor, right now maybe on t.v. or in small ú%cal places arounn theestate. governor bob ehrlich in prince george's county after he was checking out with ttese voters wanted to hear. touching voters face to face is a way of reaching them but right now t.v. is the big target. women watching the channels. in the most recent ad from bobb3 ehrlich, a woman asks will my daughterssfind jobs here meaning the state of maryland? anaaysts say it's a smart muf but maybe a risky one to try to tap in on a group of voters not traditionally on ehrlich's side. >> it's been trending democrats for years and not necessarily this cycle. we're trying to take advanttge
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of that. >> i know thaa barbara mikulski is a person who figgts on our3 side. i know she is has a tremendous credibility and i'm thankful to have her support. >> reporter: his recent ad shows a ringing endorsement from one of the most powerful women in congress talking about barbara mikulski. we haveea receet poll thattcame out today, one oo more recent ones. that is patrick gonsalez, 47-42 in favor of the current governor martin o'mallee.3 ú%'s a closer one than the ones we have seen approaching double digitt. more ads out there, and they will target variouu faxes o facd right now it seems women voters. it may turn negative. we will have to see. news.d smith, fox 45 morning debt the latest on the mid--- get the lateet on the midterr elections at
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foxbaltimore.coo/2010. bail is denied for the man accused of killing a baltimore police detective in canton this past weekend.3 sian james is being held in the lock up. detective brian stenc stevenson3 way to celebrate his birthday when he got into a fight with james over a parking spot. james threw a fist full of >> it's sad that going out to celebrate your birthday would end in death, somethhng you can't ever imagine. my heart goessout to his wife kehasha and their kids. >> following stevenson's death the city's murder toll stands at 174 or the year.3 that is down nearly 4% commared
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to this time last year. nonfatal shootings are down 8.5% froo 2009.. who pleaded guulty to beating a toddler to death learns his fate today. russell junior be accep sentenc. he beat and shook his exgirlfriend's 3-year-old son to death. russell told police the child fell down the steps. a bizarre story with a sad ending out of anne arundel county. police who thought aasenior citizen was dead after concerned neighhors contacted them, were later surprised to find out she was breathing three hours later. police say when they first found her, she was lying on the bathroom floor, her scone was ss blue and she had a deposing smell. now the anatomy board says she died this past weekend at a
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nearby hospice. >> pllas won't say whether the officers who responded to the woman's home actually checked her pulse before deciding she was deaa. police in howwrr county say they need your help fightingg3 back. they are looking to find a thief who is targeting the elderly. this is the man police are searching for. miller frank. detectives ssy he uses the obiiuaries to target his victims, all elderly people who have just lost a family member. lihis latest victim who says e will ever forget frank'' voice. >> he was a fast talker and i dropped him from $400 down to $250. i finally said dooit. get out f my way. >> they believe that he may be driving a red dodge truck.33 police ask you to call them if you have any information.
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p>> speed ccmeras could e officials say they are connidering installing the camerra near schools and construction zones. %--ameras would not cost the public any moneyyif the right contractor is selected. tonight the police chief isú expected to brief the council public safety committee on the proposal. with temperatures in the warmer today, but do you do you remember what you were ú%ing during the storm? ú%ll, some people are getting a reminder nine months after thh december blis blizzards, we're g a baby boom. the nurses arr saying last september they delivered 427 babies, this year it was 472. >> it likely was a day when we were both home from work. [ lauuhter ] >> just leave it at that. [ laughter ]
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p> he even talked about getting little t-shirts saying i'm a brizzard baby. >> doctors have warned the hospitals to preppre for more babies since we know the storrs continued into february. a football team in kenttcky probably never thought theirú game would grab national attention, but with two seconds left in the game, all of that changed. [ cheering ] take a look at this. butler high school was down by 7 points when a player passes the ball all the way down the field. at onn point the player looks like he goes down with the ball, but he doesn't. play keeps going, and going, and going, sttll going, and going, ú%d going, and going, all the way. finnlly it gets them into the end zone winninn the game with no time left oo the clock.
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>> nd steve says they could havv gotten a penalty for too many players on the field. ú%> cooing up singing sensation jesse mccartney is speaking out for a good cause. why he thinks october is the deadliest months for teens driving distracted. and i was in a coffin last hour but now i'm alive and back to tell you about the woodlawn volunteer fire depaatm [ male announcer ] build your better breakfast at subway
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emily gracie is live, and letnletny me say that again. you have cause the uproar on facebooo.
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-our fans were concerned about you being in the coffin. ú% rrporter: this is what halloween ii alllabout. i was in a coffin for fun and ú%finitely having a lot of fun here at the woodlawn volunteer fire company. i'm joined, a haunted house going on this weekend, and last weekend. it's going to for 6 years..3 it's new this year. what makes the difference. -p>> we haae a different -ssortment of food. we avv a food trailer that you can buy while yoo're waiting onliie. you're going to see different types of attractions than theyy3 how the end going and different guys like these, it will be different from the year before. it's going to be a very special ending to your trip through a house of no return. you will see a lot of different things while you're inside. >> reporter: can you give us any ccues. it might be noisy and you might want to haae your jogging shoes when you get to the end. >> reporter: if you have your kids with you, hold their hands.
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>> they might want to rrn toward the end. >> reporter: different sounds like that so definitely be ready. >> reporter: that is scare scar to me than. >> it's scratching my facee we will ave a lot oo different things and you're going to enjoy yourself this year. >> reporter: we took a little tour through the haunttd house. we got a sneak peek and it ooks frighteniig. that wws like the lights on, i can only imagine when it would be like ith the lights off -oing on saturday and sunday and ú%e next week startiig this friday. for more information on the haunting house at the wood lawn volunteer fire company. ú%u can o to foxbaltimore.com. you hear the growling.ú fox baltimore.co.com/morning. it looks like the ffll weather is going to be very fall like. temperatures in the 60s, warmer on sunday but no chance oo showers, sunny conditions, there's showers out there this morning, steve. we are in nside and we are a
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little bit frightened here. >> reporter: emily thank you. thank you for that live report. much better. >> you're welcome. >> reporter: yeah, absolutely. take a look. i was creeped out by that picttre earlier. not really. radar. as earlier when we had shhwers mooing through the area. it will take the rain with it out f our way. there's a chance, though for light showers tonight nd that is ecause the low you see moving in behind it may be moving to the southern part of the state, thht is probably where we would see any shower chances if it pushes through. highhpressure will build in and by tomorrowwwhile it will be mostly cloodyywe will start to direction. beyond that the sun will start shining brightly. into frrday, saturday, timeframe. for temperatures, 51 degrees in baltimore, 53 in d.c. down in salisbury, 54 degrres and cooler to the north and west
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at 48 degrees at hagerrtown, 43 in oklahoma land. as we see the temperatures climb today 66 degrees fr the high in the eastern shore with the showers tapering off. the central part of the state seeing tte showers tapering off with the high temmerature of 56 degrees coming this afteenoon at 2 or :00 this afterrnon. for the western part of maryllnd, you too, should see the temperatures climb to 63 degrees and the showers tappr offfin your area as well.ú the showers we see later in he day, if we see any at all will be more so to the south. 45 degrees for the overnight low tonight, we won't rule out the southern shooer but 62 degrees tomorrow, mostly cloudy skies, 65 on thursday wiih partly cloudy skies but nicer ore calm conditions as we see more sunshine through friday. 60 degrees then, and 64 on saturray and rain holding off until after the ravens game we think, givee us a chance of an outside chance for a shower on
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65. an incredible morning. we have had delays that won't ease up for us and right now we're them on 95. on the northeast corner, 10 miles per hour on the southbound lanes at 6 frif. 645. a slow 6 miles per hour at harford road and 18 on the jfx. we do want to talk aboutú accidents because we certainly nortofitititititititititititit- 695, and that is because of the inner loop is ight at 97. so e have a lot of crrws on the scene there and delays continue to mount up toward the flashing lights. as for the west side of the beltway, it's going to be a extremely heavy moving through catonsville and no relief at let's take a live look at the llberty lanes.
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-hat continues to be case with the heavy vooume, continuinggto fill up.. lanes, upper and inner loop up toward 795. that's a look at the morning travels, patrice, back over toú you. shoulder problems are far3 always run to see the doctor when the pain begiis. how to read the severity of your symptoms and prevent future injuries from happening.3 and next, the workout is short but the results are big. ggt fit with tabata training,
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>>there's a new fitness trend that is starting to appear at gyms all over. it's called ttbata training. danny lee from gold's gym is
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here this morning with get fit ú%th fox. >> good morning. >> what is tabata training? >> it was designed bb a doctor in tokyoo -hey use!use it for their athle. he was finding thattthe more intense, short every duration time periods, was finding twice as much fat burning and muscle building depending on what3 exercise you use. duration, it's more intense. >> the idea behind it ises you can pick as many exercises as yyu want as longgas you want to go. theeexample would be four exercises. the first oneewould be squats, and go body weight. the first thing is go as hard as you can for 20 seconds, 10 seconds off and you wouud do that for fouu minutes straight minute straighh and go into push-ups nexx..3 dot same thiig. you do that that any exercises
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for four minuues straits. >> it's such great results with twice as much fat or you canbuiy squats, like real heavy squats to buuld size. goals are, you can basically put those exercises ttgether to get the results. >> some peoole say you are supposed to take rest periods because that is whennyour body recovers, you're not breaking your body too much foregoing with explosives for so ong. -p>> there's so many theories ot there, it depends on what worksú you get calls, do 3 sets of 15.3 it's depending on what some people pick. time duration is better. but different,,differeet methods, and differenn ways to make sure you're ccomplishing rrsults. >> that will work until you pass out. >> try it out. >> you guys do this at gold's
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gym. be prepared.oot camp class. >> he is giving you fair warning right now so maybe you hould call in and you're not coming in? >> where is evvrybody. >> you give them heads up on >> i give them the training styles, peoppe can't makk it don't come to my classes and receive the newsletter, that gives them workout and videos to do it at home, too. yoo can do thii workout at homeú too. >> danny, thank you. >> no. for more information log on to foxbaltimore.com/morning. coming up we break for recess with glee coaah sue sylvester. i'm hoping you get a song. i hope i get a love interest. >> what dirt actress is releasing about the rest of the next jesse mccart
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about 5,000 teens die in car crashes each year. singinggsensation jesse >> 5,005,000 deaths a year, thas aassbering number but yeewe yete still see teens driving distracted. >> number one automotive accidents are the number one killer for teens in the united statts. it's ime someone stands up and spreads this awareness. i went through a personal information when i was chhld,
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or younger in high school where i lost a friend to drunkk3 it was devastating to everyone families,,to me, and you know, it was completely avoidable. it was one of those things that ú%dn't need to happen. so, i'm taking a stand. i'm teaming up with state farm to share that story and to also let teens know that whether it's drrnking, texting, eating, whatever you're oing behind the wheel, you shouldn't be doing it? >> you know, you mentiined thh drunk driving and that used to be all that people worried tractions and texting being on . we mentionee that october is the deadliest month.ú do you know why it is? i think we can speculate that kids are getting back to school and they're driving a lot more, sporting events, a lot of new -now, it's national teen driving safety week for whatever reason,
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octobbr is the most concentrated >> do you think that most teens just feel like it's not going to happen o me? i can take that phooe call. i can send that one last text? do ou they have an invincible kind of attitude? >> yes, i thhnk that is the kind of attitude. people have an invincibility factor and they're runninn through their heads that they can pick up the phone and it's every time you do that, you're taking a really big chance. if there's anything i can stress, it's just put the phone wait until you get to whhre you're going and then take the text message. %-you know that it can't wait. you know, you are far more important and your safety is than text message or an e-mail. jesse we appreciate you sharing the story. it's ggt to be tough dealing with a loss of a rrend and that is exactly where you're out there to prevent teens from loss
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sw een te yupoubrr eakftas fox 45 morning news. 8:31 is the time.3 i'm patrice harris of the llt's meteorooogist steve fertig is here with a look at what we can expect now that the rain has moved out of here. >> a couple showers out theee. take a look at. had h did rather, and that is where we are seeing the activiiy moving west to east and along the western half f the state. it looks like the showers will half hour. 51 degrees for he current temperature in baltimore, 53 in d.c. and in salisbury 54. up in hagerstown 48 ddgrees, a little bit cooler a the bus stop, 500degrees starting out this morning. the temperatures will be climbing up. and look for paarly sunny skies. we will talk about shower chances coming up in a little
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bit. here is candace dold with the traffic edge. >> reporterr steve, we're not exactly seeing a break from tte delays out there. ii faat, we're seeing a lot of that is going to be the harford brains toward perring parkway. ride. now as far as the inner loop lanes, that's the area off3 -oncern travelinn through3 pikesville right now. from 799 all tte way up toward 83. that's a look at our morring travels. patrice, back over to you. here are the stories we're following this morning. five peoppe including four young children are killed in aahouse fire ii pennsylvania. harrisburg ffre officials say firecrews found the house engulfed in flames around 8:00 on monday mmrning. children betweee 2 and 4 years old were all dead inside of home beforr firefighters gottto the %-there's no word on what caased
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the fire. >> reporter: with only two weeks to go before election day3 the candidaaes for governor are hitting the ir wavesswith new ads. i'm joel d smith at the inner harbor. %-votes anywhereethey can here,r but certainly on t.v. right noww the new ads are focusee on women and what they wanttin the this s a new strategy for analysts that women go for democrats. the challenger, foomer governor robert ehrlich thinks that those votes are in the air.ú and o'malley thinks that he is set with women and his latest ad has barbbra mikulski upporting him. the store has announceddit's adding beer and wine on its menu on laaalong with a list of ther channes like a fire outdooo. and if the structure goes well, starbucks says it may consider the changes as other starbucks3
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stores. yyu probably never even think about how much you use your arms every day, that is until theyystart hurt you. each yeaa millions of people see doctor becaase of shoulder problems. in this morning's your health matters, we are joined by an orthopedic surggon and orthopedestrian ic specialist in ortho-- porgortho. >> pain at nighttwith shoulder problems, weakness of the arm where they have difficulty -ifting and loss of mobiliiy wheee they can't reach assfar, overhead or behind them as they did previously. >> what is it that ttpically causes hat r does it vary? >> there's variable reasons, but what we see is shoulder
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tendonitis with inpptchment and bursitis. >> tell us what that means and what you do about it? ú%shoulder wwere the tendon pass underneath the bone, it's tightness or inflammation. as you reach across the arm itt3 muscles and that leads to pain. >> howwdo you know if what you're feeling is slight pain, something you're going to pullú see my doctor, i need to plan what we're going to do? >> if you can find a cause and effect. ú%ppayed too much tennis, i ú%provement work and now y shoulder hurts. if it doesn't go away within a short period of time, it's reasonable to get it looked at. certainly weakkess or loss of motion would be a coocern. >> when they get to you, what are the first steps you take to diagnose, how are we going to make this better for you? to he person, you examine them. sometimes we hold image -- do
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imaging and sometimes we hood off. not everyone who comes in needs an mri immeddately. sometimes you can make a diagnosis by talking to them and examining them. >> can you cure them with something far less than surgery? >> it's relatively uncommon that people need surgery for a tendonitis. usually we will egin with oral medicine for inflammatton. physical therrpy and home exercisessand stretching. problees especiaaly in someone who is younger. sometimes we will do an injection and in the event that those things don't help, surgery are sometimes the next step. >> is theee something ttat people do d should do on their n especially if you're athletic, you wwll do sportss n rrgular basis. >> how man nature doesn't spend a lot of time of on prevention.
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i'm no different. if youuare involved in a sport %-idea to llarn strengtheningood if you have a high school pitcher they have learned this already. but if yyu notice a relatively small problemm you think it's related to activity, t's easier to solve when it's a small problem than when it becomms more sevvre. preventive things, we want to keep you in business doctor. >> that's very kind you. >> thank you for coming in. >> if ou would like more information go to foxbaltimore.com and click on your health matters. coming up they're becoming the won der of the wwb. -7 ♪ what makes their i phoneú sound like a real live rock and she is never shy for words. actress jane lynch gives
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coming up on 8:45 on this tuesday morning. what started out as a rainy day %-state has calmed down somewha. looking at a ccoser vvew, you can see through chester town and churchville, toward rockville,3 seeing showersstheee but really locationn..3 downtown not lookiig bad at all at this hour, where earlier we saw rain moving through and even though it was light rain for the most pprt, we had areas where it was light rain and only ended up with a half an inch total as it moves off to the east. taking a look at surface features that produces thht rain, it's the low that moves off to thh east, taking the rain another loowpressure center skirts off to southern part of the state.
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that could bring a couule of liiht shhwers for the southern part of maryland. generally we're going to see imppovement and high pressure is going to bring drier conditions for tomorrow. though, before we start toosee clearing skies. that will set the stage for more sunshine before we get tooard the weekend to enjoy a nice looking weekend. 51 degrees ii the temperature in baltimore. in d.c. it's 53. you can see some the outlying areas, down in salisbury not bad at 54. to the north and west, at 48 and still cooler at oakland at 43 degrees. now the temperatures are going to climb some today but don't expect us to get too arm waaned3 -ere. the eastern part of the state, tapering off riggt now. we had the rain in the central part of the state earliir as well especially to the north. the showers tapering off now and we will be left with partly 63 degrees for the high. back o the west look for a high temperature close to the same, about 63 degrees. the showers tapering oof there as well. tonight whill we're showing showers here, itts probably going to be confined to the
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southern part of the state if ww get anything at all. a light and avvilable wind, otherwise it's mostly cloudy skies. tomorrow still not seeing a whole lot of sunshine, temperatures around 5 degrees wwll be dry at least. thursday, pretty nice looking day with a lot of sun and saturday, oo, warming up to 4 ravens get the game in before any showers later at night. for the game.e for a nice day and 65 degrees with shower chances on onday. we do need to check on roadways this morning. candace with activity. not getting out of the morning rush anytime soon. right now the actual speeds reflect that. 17 miles per hoor moving through kay cons trilkaycatonsville. and let's see what shoold
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hhppening assfar as accidents. two in baltimore county. a crash on sparrow's point road. there's also a crash on rossville boulevard. thaa is right at franklin square drive. now 95, we just seen our fair share of volume, that has been the deal this morning.ú %-whittmarsh.live look near you can see that only continues %-we are seeinggthe red brakelights all the way down toward the beltway. and now, as far as the beltway is concerned, we don't really have many accidents to talk about. let's take a live look at harford road and see how it's shaping up.3ú the inner loop lanes that's3 fine. the outer loop hat is going to be the problem there. only makiig the push towarr towson..3 that's a look at the morring commute. back to youu thank you, candace. coming up do you know someone who is suuffring from mommy guilt? someone who doesn't want to leave their newborn to go back we will share the findings of a nonnw study that may put your md at ease.
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and next, the star of the hit t.v. series wearing shirts ♪ ♪ which caused a trend alert ♪ and everyone ♪ saw everybody ♪ tell'em all ♪ tell'em something, where to go and what it's all about ♪ ♪ tell them how to feel when they shout it out ♪ ♪ tell everybody else ♪ and everyone
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♪ tell everybody else got the mirrors all adjusted? you can see everything ok? just stay off the freeways, all right? i don't want you going out on those yet. and leave your phone in your purse, i don't want you texting. >> daddy... ok! ok, here you go. be careful. >> thanks dad. >> and call me--but not while you're driving. we knew this day was coming. that's why we bought a subaru.
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the better known as the coacc on glee is a busy lady these days. she took a break from her sculle to give us a preview on all of the annics we will find in this new season. >> i will bring asian cookery to rub youu head with, right now yyu haveeenough product in your heaa to grease a wok. >> the person who plays the character is getting one. >> your recentment is deliiious. >> actress james lynch landed an emmy. hhrdware, she is not letting the >> some the same timeher head. trailersment you get treated the
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same, nothing has changed, except i feel good about myselff >> this season has the coach all character. >> no one comes into my house and steals from me. >> she is kind oo on fire in terms of her meanness with the new football coach. she wants to destroy that pooo woman. ♪ >> although her one singing solo happened last season when she took on madonna, his woman continues to dream. >> i'm hoping i get a song. i hhpe i getta song. ú%hope i get a love interest. there's a lot of thinns i'm hoping for. >> reporter: but there's a perfect reelity. an upcoming big name actrees is the test to reveal sue's past. >> she is coming to play my mother. i have no idea what our dynamic will be, ut you know that carroll as i my motherrwas a nazi hunter. she left us, myself and my sister when we were very young. i knowwtherees probably some
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recentmentt >> repooter: ith o sign hhr character will ever find a warm heart, jane loves the opportunity to deliver many of the best lines on prime time television, even if it's a bit skewed. >> it's the high sccool and ttee blueprints for of the rest of your life. it's on steroids and you get to see where your weaknesses or strengthh are. are you going to rise to the top or are you going to siik to the looer base instinct. >> we are dealing with children. they need to be terrified. you can watch an aal new glee tonight at 8:00 p.m. right here on fox 45. we love her. >> that is going to be an interesting dynamic when carrrll burnet, because carroll burnet can hold her own. >> one thing i love about jane is she is like that on and offscreen. that is her personality. it makes it real. ú%think that allows her to deliver so much more. >> the only things i have ever
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seen her in that's how she is. >> yeah, exactly. >> if that is her ersonality, that makes sense. they're a band, but don't let that confuse you to think they use instruments. >> wwere their i-phone band was discovered that turned them into a huge hit. next, it's not always easy parting with your newborn. ccndace, are you feeling something here? >> i am.
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-p when you're having a baby some decision right side relatively easy tt make, for most peoppe, except for me like what color to aint the nursery. but dr. mollica marshall tells us heee's another tougher decision. >> a new study finds that moms who return to work within the first year of giiing birth do -hey're the onessto rate the potential harm and the benefits including higher family economic and better child care. the 113 page report examined datddta on more than 1,000 children. tthy admit there's pros and conn
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but they suggest the positive might outweigh the negative. tests, howwver those moms haad3 higher income, and sought high -uality child care and showed a greater responsiveness to their children than the stay at home mothers. and i'm dr. mollica rule the tweet.
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there's a band in the brooklyn subway that is using i phones instead of instruments. they're becoming quite the subway singing sennization. >> reporter:!!sensation. >> reporter: they were riding the b train when they whippedd3
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out theii i phone, but they weren't magin!! making a phone . they were making muuic. inntead of strumming his usual guitar, eric, was laying his i-phone app. >> i'mmactually strumming it. ♪ ♪.3 >> reporter: they're a little known brooklyn band called atomic song. now their erks foi i-phone songe nuclear on the web with more thann1.3 million views. >> e thought there was a lot f cool riss factors involved. >> reporter: risk factors like being shunned by the captive audience in the subway car, but that didn't happen. >> i wish i was there..3 >> that's amazing. like i'm in shock. >> here's an app for that. >> reporter: and all of those
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the performer song without interruption, the band picked a long stretch without stop crossing thh bridge to brooklyn. though on the video they creatt a story line sayyng their playing their i-phone because all of their instruments got stolen. >> our instruments are in fact safe and sound.3 ♪ ♪. >> reeorter: itttook them three takes and the video was the band says apple had nothing to do wiih the videos creatiin. i-phone.e reaction. >> reporter: it noowonder the band is now in talks with the record label to dd something with the video. ú% all subway musiccans eed an app.3 ú-old fashion way but with the e of the i-phone, some say they3 prefer it to this. ♪
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♪ >> go ahead and throw down that guitar, ut notice no one was i-phone. gene jeanne mose, new york. that's something. >> you're impressed. >> that's impressive. if can you imagine if you saw that on the light rail down here? >> it wouldn't be the first thing that someone got started on youtube and made it big. the bieber boy, righh? -p sorry. yyu know, wwat, weather wiie it's lookinn like a ggeat day today. we mentioned bieber is great. some people love him, i know. 63 today with shooer chances later tonight with the outhern part of the state. 55 with partly cloudy skies for thursday. look for mmre sunshine, and the ravens game should be nice before showers coming in late..3 %-going to be thereeeber is >> i'm just kidding. >> i'm justtkidding. >> ww will ee you tomow.

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